Gallery 8 - Retired for a Spell--But Still Great!

    Well, heck, we've loved these scenes so much that we selected many of them as particularly special in the first year or two that we operated the Studios.  But it is time for a shuffle so that we can feature some new work!  We've moved these images out of our regular first 6 galleries, and we no longer feature them at our shows.  We still love them.  We hope you will too.  And someday when we get really lazy about doing new work, we'll bring these back. 

Meanwhile, you can still order them.  If we don't keep them in stock right now, we will get your order to you within a week. 

 Pick what you like the most, then let us know and we'll rush it straight to you. 

 

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Knee High

   Knee High is a cypress knee thrusting gamely above the water of a Southeastern US coastal swamp.  Legend has it that the really tall cypress knees were cut centuries back to carve the figureheads of pirate ships operating off these coasts.  This one would like to be that mighty some day.

 

 

 

 

 

When you are ready, go back to the index in this Gallery, go to  Galleries 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,or  Check Prices, or place your order:  E-mail to Quail Lane Studios.

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   One last comment:  We know these images are tempting; they are also copyrighted.  Downloading for printing or other copying  is expressly forbidden.